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Guinea-pig firms to test interim UK value-based pricing in 2014

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Executive Summary

Some clarity is finally emerging on how the main UK health technology appraisal body NICE will incorporate ‘value-based pricing’ into its decisions. According to a source close to the ongoing but secretive talks, the first NICE appraisals incorporating VBP will take place in June 2014. It is also likely there will be a 6-month “interim process” designed by NICE during which a few companies will work through the VBP process. This interim system will be in place January 2014, allowing the UK government to keep its pledge to launch a new pricing system by the beginning of next year.

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